How much control do you have over your healthcare purchases? Healthcare is the only industry where it’s commonplace for the consumer to hand over so much control over what they spend to third parties. Fortunately, since everyone is a patient at some point, the law is on our side.
LeAnn never imagined she would travel thousands of miles for heart surgery. But when her home and lifestyle were threatened by the cost of her procedure, she took matters into her own hands. Now, she wants to empower others to become savvy healthcare shoppers.
MDsave has just been named #152 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies, and we couldn’t be prouder. Not only is it a huge honor, but it means that healthcare in America is changing for the better.
Twenty-somethings like me tend to sweep healthcare under the rug due to time and money constraints, but with looming monopolies on hospital prices and rising healthcare costs, we have to learn how to play the game.
Whether you already take care of your health costs or will soon take over that responsibility from your parents after college, do your research on your options. Don’t worry–to save you the effort of researching on your own, I’ve laid out the important stuff for you.
Carmen is a passionate champion for taking control of your own health. As an American born in a socialist country, she shares her perspective on healthcare in the U.S., shopping for care, and being proactive.
What does it mean to be a “cool” vendor? According to Gartner’s 2018 Cool Vendor list, it means doing innovative, impactful, and pioneering work in your industry – for us, that’s Healthcare Providers.
Gisela and her family lost everything when Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. Gisela found herself in need of urgent medical care, but all of her healthcare options were flooded. As she and her family picked up their lives and relocated, Gisela wasn’t sure she could afford the care she needed – until a doctor’s office in her new home introduced her to MDsave.
Mary had been struggling with sinus issues for 15 years. She finally decided she’d had enough of constant antibiotics and was referred for surgery. Luckily, Mary trusted her instincts when they said she needed to keep looking for another doctor.
Nikki saved more than $6,000 using MDsave. Now she’s on a mission to help others avoid medical debt.